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 With the Wifi module of the Raspberry Pi and the [[system_administration:​manual_installation:​5_mosquitto_mqtt#​ESPHome (since d-diot image v.1.1)|ESPHome]] software pre-installed in the d-diot image you can also easily build and manage a network of [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​ESP8266|ESP8266]] or [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​ESP32|ESP32]] based sensors. With the Wifi module of the Raspberry Pi and the [[system_administration:​manual_installation:​5_mosquitto_mqtt#​ESPHome (since d-diot image v.1.1)|ESPHome]] software pre-installed in the d-diot image you can also easily build and manage a network of [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​ESP8266|ESP8266]] or [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​ESP32|ESP32]] based sensors.
  
-This two networks and the possibility to print your own cases with a cheap 3D-printer are powerful tools for the creation of your custom home automation, but if you prefer to use pre-built hardware available on the market, the [[sensors_and_actuators:​rflink:​start|RFLink firmware]] and the over 1300 devices supported by Home Assistant, offers you also this possibility. ​+This two networks and the possibility to print your own cases with a cheap 3D-printer are powerful tools for the creation of your custom home automation ​network, but if you prefer to use pre-built hardware available on the market, the [[sensors_and_actuators:​rflink:​start|RFLink firmware]] and the over 1300 devices supported by Home Assistant, offers you also this possibility. ​
  
-For example, if you already have a series of [[https://​www.home-assistant.io/​docs/​z-wave/​|Z-Wave]] ​or [[https://​www.home-assistant.io/​components/​zigbee/​|ZigBee]] ​devices, you can control them in Home Assistant, ​simply plugging an USB stick in one of the four Raspberry Pi USB ports.+[[https://​www.home-assistant.io/​docs/​z-wave/​|Z-Wave]] ​and [[https://​www.home-assistant.io/​components/​zigbee/​|ZigBee]] ​connectivity ​can be easily added to the hub simply plugging an USB stick in one of the four Raspberry Pi USB ports.
  
  
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